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From Elevator to Investor: How to Present Your Business | 3 sessions
Mon, Feb 27 @ 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm
As an entrepreneur you will have to tell your story often—who you are and the relevance of your ideas and business. During this class we will hone in on what you have to say, how to say it, who your audience is, and the format and content needed to create a compelling presentation. Through the sharing of examples and helpful tools, you will learn presentation skills and best practices develop your own 5 to 10-minute presentation and practice presenting to a group. This class is hands-on and highly interactive, in-class participation is critical.
What you’ll learn:
Presentation Skills and Best Practices, Presentation Design and Development, Public Speaking Practice, Clarity and ConfidenceA highly interactive class focused on the presentation of your ideas as a form of storytelling. As an entrepreneur you will have to tell your story often—who you are and the relevance of your ideas and business. During this class we will hone in on what you have to say, your audience, and the format and content needed to create a compelling presentation. Participation during this class is critical as you practice the telling your story and listen to the telling of others.
MON 6:30-9:20PM; 3 SESSIONS FEB 27 & MAR 6, 13 REGISTER HERE
Instructor: Leah Caplan
Leah Caplan has a deep personal and professional history in the design industry that gives her a unique understanding of its varied entities—from its practitioners, students, and educators, to its clients, consumers, and patrons.
Leah has worked 20+ years as a marketing, strategy, and client services professional. Her roles have included leading branding and design studios in the management and growth of their business and services; directing marketing, public relations and advertising on the client side; building and diversifying the product offering and outreach for global recruitment firms; and educating design students.
She has led the strategy, planning and implementation of design programs for Fortune 500 retail and consumer product brands such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Cole Haan, GE, Herman Miller, Martha Stewart, Johnson & Johnson, Pepsi, Target and Victoria’s Secret.